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The workforce of the future will be increasingly flexible

When we surveyed over 2,700 executives around the world, we found that 83% are increasingly using consultants, intermittent employees, or contingent workers. The shift from hiring traditional full-time employees to a more flexible workforce demands major changes to the way companies think about compensation and benefits, training, and organizational culture. 64 more words

Research And Reports

Work-Life Balance around the World

Global management consulting firm Hay Group has delved into its database of employee surveys to explore how people feel about their work/life balance as well as the support they receive from employers. 270 more words

In The News

What is Norwex like, really?

My dad would say Aussies have an inbuilt “crap detector”, can I say crap on my blog? Um… I guess I have! LOL. When I chat to others about Norwex- so often I hear “really?”, “what’s the catch?”, “tell me the truth”… or lines similar to this. 787 more words

Real People. Real Stories

Flexible Working Thought Leaders

In a new series featuring leaders in the world of flexible working, we speak to Work From Home Wisdom blogger Judy Heminsley.

Judy is the founder of… 754 more words

Flexible Working

Cloud has taken on a whole new meaning at ITCRA

As the ITCRA Secretariat took stock of its assets when preparing to move offices earlier this year it became evident that we were soon due to update our servers, software and phones. 399 more words

Times are tough... How to do more with less...

Working in a state driven by mining, we used to hear a lot about the ‘skills shortage’ during the boom. Companies, governments and researchers prepared papers crying out for… 459 more words

The Obama Administration’s stealth plan to remake the workplace

The past year in labor has been one of globally coordinated fast-food worker strikes, minimum wage fights, and union triumphs and failures. It has also been yet another frustrating year for America’s domestically hamstrung commander in chief. 981 more words